The Paddington showroom at Les Interieurs has been given a makeover of tribal proportions by studio owner Pamela Makin. Having searched the world for treasures to create a fresh new look to her studio, Makin has thankfully not strayed far from the signature Les Interieurs aesthetic.

A palette of soft grey, charcoal, sable and white has been mixed with warm timbers from China, Africa and artifacts from around the globe. Here Pamela has curated a textural feast of feathers, linen, ceramics, paper and soft crumpled basketry that lie against the powerful backdrop of Ethiopian tribe members shot by photographer Jan Schlegel.

Soft grey bedlinen is from Hale Mercantile Co while local artists have been commissioned for ceramics and one off pieces.  We love the ‘Wilma Flinstone style’ stone beads in chalk that lay coiled in intricately woven basket ware with the paper lighting from Paris definitely making it to our wish list for the beach house here at Est HQ.

EST MAGAZINE PROFILE

EST MAGAZINE FEATHER

EST MAGAZINE PAPER

EST MAGAZINE TRIBE

EST MAGAZINE GREYS

PHOTOGRAPHY; Felix Forest

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